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Topic # 6472 27-Jan-2006 19:27
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Can any one help me convert some Visual Basic software thats works in windows and now would be really handy on my Harrier
It been build by a mate in Finland for my underwater ROV project
It reads com data from a PIC micro very basic but im not in to Visual Basic
The software works well and have all the files
Thanks for any help

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Reply # 27347 27-Jan-2006 21:51
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I was talking to someone with knowledge in this area, and he says "It would take a lot of time. You can do it easily the other way, but going to the desktop down could be hard, even worse if it's VB6.

There is a lot of desktop functionality that is not available on the Pocket PC without doing it in C/C++."

Perhaps instead of porting and you could have it rewritten using VB .Net and Visual Studio?

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Reply # 27348 27-Jan-2006 22:54
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These guys like doing wierd and wonderful stuff. Call and tell 'em you want them to program the controls for a sub, and they will jump at it LOL

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Reply # 27396 28-Jan-2006 19:00
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Hey thanks for the feed back on this see what happens

Ta Bevin

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Reply # 27587 1-Feb-2006 10:11
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If you don't find anyone I could have a look at it for you.

Don't do much in VB, but can read it, but my day job is developing PDA/Smartphone apps.


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Reply # 27616 1-Feb-2006 18:28
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Thanks cool

By the way have a look at there are 3 video files there of the ROV around the Poor Kights

It a very cool toy for boys now able to go down to 160 meters ;-)

Its my hobby amoung other things have set up a very small company to try and pay for some of the cost buy may take some time ;-(( ask my wife ;-)


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